reCAPTCHA for emails to Stop the Spam


To protect mail addresses from spam bots, many experts use hacks like JavaScript code or text to image hack. Also CAPTCHA method is very used.

A CAPTCHA is a program that can tell whether its user is a human or a computer. You’ve probably seen them — colorful images with distorted text at the bottom of Web registration forms. CAPTCHAs are used by many websites to prevent abuse from "bots," or automated programs usually written to generate spam. No computer program can read distorted text as well as humans can, so bots cannot navigate sites protected by CAPTCHAs.

reCAPTCHA is a free CAPTCHA service that helps to digitize books. reCAPTCHA Mailhide is a free service to helps you protect your inbox from spam by asking people to solve a reCAPTCHA before they can view your email address.

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How to Fight SPAM ?

Spam is growing, with no signs of abating. So what you do after installing also a spam filter application for your inbox. The question is MAKE USE of TEMPORARY MAILS. Here is the fact why I’m writing this post.

I found a interesting Pug-in for WordPress ad decide to download and test it. For downloading is requested a free registration. And still here we are OK. Be carefully what is write below the registrations field.


[Your contact information will be handled with the strictest confidence and will never be sold or share with third parties]  

Ohhh!!! Thank you this is very nice. So we are quite and no spam or adverting in our mail box from this site. 

But what happened? I open a temporary mail and fill the form to register. As you see there is also 1 spam mail from this site! Hmmm  myspambox

The solution: Use the temporary mails.

Here down I will post some of temporary mail that you can use is some spam websites




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Happy Birthday Yahoo Mail!


Yahoo Mail turns 10 yesterday. With just 3 megabytes of storage back then, it’s hard to imagine what we started out with. There was no mobile integration then, limited ways in which to attach files like images, and fewer adopters of web-based services that weren’t directly tied to their ISPs. Yahoo’s put together a cute list of email milestones to help us remember how far we’ve come since 1997. Here it is:

* October 1997: Yahoo! Mail launches following our acquisition of Four 11, creators of RocketMail.
* December 1998: The movie You’ve Got Mail debuts.
* March 1999: CNN’s Ten Commandments of Email cites that Americans sent 2.1 billion emails daily (vs. 196 billion per day this year).
* December 1999: Yahoo! Mail launches Spamguard to detect spam and banish it to a separate folder.
* January 2000: Web mail survives Y2K.
* November 2001: Pope John Paul II is the first pontiff to send an email apology.
* March 2002: It’s reported internationally that email outpaces snail mail as the preferred method for residential communication.
* December 2003: Congress passes the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 to regulate the sending of commercial email.
* July 2004: Yahoo! acquires Oddpost, bringing AJAX to Yahoo! and inspiring Yahoo! Mail’s most significant upgrade ever.
* June 2005: Broadway’s “Spamalot” wins Tony Award for Best Musical.
* March 2006: IDG study shows that Americans sent 11.8 billion photos via email in 2005, compared with 2.6 billion in 2000. By 2009, this number is projected to 25.7 billion images.
* March 2007: Yahoo! Mail announces free, unlimited e-mail storage for all users.
* August 2007: According to Comscore , the worldwide Web mail market counts approximately 543 million people, with Yahoo! Mail alone representing 255 million.

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Remove Yourself From Spammer’s Mailing Lists

There are lots of programs available to fight spam. Most of these programs don’t actually stop the delivery of spam, but rather delete it or block it from infiltrating your inbox. This can be effective but it doesn’t actually get to the root of the problem. To be truly effective you need to be removed from the spammers list all together and I would like to show you how you can use a free program to do this.


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